A Review of Finger Vein Recognition System

Eiwei. Ting, M.Z. Ibrahim

Abstract


Recently, the security-based system using finger vein as a biometric trait has been getting more attention from researchers all over the world, and these researchers have achieved positive progress. Many works have been done in different methods to improve the performance and accuracy of the personal identification and verification results. This paper discusses the previous methods of finger vein recognition system which include three main stages: preprocessing, feature extraction and classification. The advantages and limitations of these previous methods are reviewed at the same time we present the main problems of the finger vein recognition system to make it as a future direction in this field.

Keywords


Biometric Trait; Finger Vein; Preprocessing; Feature Extraction; Classification;

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